Water? Good soil? A solid barn? Sure, those are obvious. Here are several elements you might not have considered that might end up being crucial.
No longer just a commercial egg producer, the Leghorn is experiencing a comeback as America’s favorite backyard heritage bird. Here’s all you need to know.
Even if the weather in your area doesn’t reflect spring’s arrival, it’s time to get machinery, land and growing areas ready for the yearly change.
If you plan ahead, you’ll discover that your summer vacation fantasies away from your farm and all its ongoing concerns are within reach.
Apples used to make hard cider are quite different than sweet varieties made for eating. Here’s what you need to know about apples for the hard cider market.
Many free or inexpensive options exist these days to help farmers spread the word of their products to potential customers. Here are some basic tips.
Start where you are and work slowly toward your permaculture goal. These steps will help guide you to start growing plants in synthesis with your environment.
Many animals produce fiber, including sheep, goats, alpaca, rabbits, bison and musk ox. Here’s a guide to the types and qualities that come from various sources.